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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-21-2012, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
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Adding a cheek pad

I have a Mossberg 500AB with a Red Dot sight. With the sight I needed to have my cheek off the stock to see through the sight, of course this make for bad shooting. So, I taped a piece of foam to the stock so I could fit into it. It works but looks trashy, I would like to make a wood piece and secure it with glue and counter sunk screws. Sand and shape it to fit, camo the hole thing. Has any one done this? and could I have some advice on doing this fitting part? I just don't won't to use the stick on pads. Thank you.
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Re: Adding a cheek pad

I used a Beartooth Comb Riser on my Mossberg 835. Didn't care for the inserts that came with it. I cut a piece of foam pipe insulation in half and doubled it up on top of the stock. Then I wrapped electrical tape around it, then Slid the Neopreme Beartooth sleeve over it works great.

The stock on my Benelli SBE 2 accepts different height comb risers. I purchased the highest one Benelli makes. Unfortunately it cost $100 .

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